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Create AWS-CDK image container

Create AWS-CDK image container

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All CDK developers need to install Node.js 10.3.0 or later, even those working in languages other than TypeScript or JavaScript such as python

Important: Node.js versions 13.0.0 through 13.6.0 are not compatible with the AWS CDK.

How to create AWS-CDK image container from amazon/aws-lambda-python (or any python base images) and install nodejs 12

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πŸš€ Dockerfile

  • Base image: amazon/aws-lambda-python:3.8
  • Install nodejs 12 and aws-cdk version 1.73.0
  • Install some cdk libaries
FROM amazon/aws-lambda-python:3.8

ENV AWS_CDK_VERSION=1.73.0
ENV AWS_DEFAULT_REGION=ap-northeast-2

WORKDIR /opt/stack

RUN yum -y update && \
    curl -sL https://rpm.nodesource.com/setup_12.x | bash - && \
    yum list available nodejs && \
    yum install -y python3-pip && \
    yum install -y nodejs && \
    npm install -g aws-cdk@${AWS_CDK_VERSION} && \
    pip3 install aws-cdk.aws-ec2 aws-cdk.aws-route53 aws-cdk.aws-iam aws-cdk.aws-elasticloadbalancingv2 aws-cdk.core

CMD ["cdk version"]
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πŸš€ Build and Test container image

⚑ $ docker build -t awscdk .
⚑ $ docker run -d --name test -it awscdk
30d272c6ad8abaa4162fdc090d81d0641d287f4ae161606bcc365da6ffe2284e
⚑ $ docker exec test cdk version
1.73.0 (build eb6f3a9)
⚑ $ docker exec test node --version
v12.20.0
⚑ $ docker exec test npm --version
6.14.8
⚑ $ docker exec test cdk init -l python
Applying project template app for python

# Welcome to your CDK Python project!

This is a blank project for Python development with CDK.

The `cdk.json` file tells the CDK Toolkit how to execute your app.

This project is set up like a standard Python project.  The initialization
process also creates a virtualenv within this project, stored under the `.venv`
directory.  To create the virtualenv it assumes that there is a `python3`
(or `python` for Windows) executable in your path with access to the `venv`
package. If for any reason the automatic creation of the virtualenv fails,
you can create the virtualenv manually.

To manually create a virtualenv on MacOS and Linux:

Enjoy!

Initializing a new git repository...
/bin/sh: git: command not found
Unable to initialize git repository for your project.
Please run 'python3 -m venv .venv'!
Executing Creating virtualenv...
βœ… All done!

⚑ $ docker exec -it test ls
app.py  cdk.json  README.md  requirements.txt  setup.py  source.bat  stack

⚑ $ docker exec -it test ls stack
__init__.py  stack_stack.py
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